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    I'm Not Here to Give a Speech

    R201,00 R230,00
    Translating the speeches of prize-winning author Gabriel Garcia Marquez into English, this edition includes his writings that span Marquez's entire life: from his earliest days, speaking as a teenager graduating high school, to his acceptance speech for the Nobel Prize. It offers insight into Marquez's long career.


    R162,00 R190,00

    The Correspondence

    R219,00 R250,00

    The Last Goodbye: The History of the World in Resignation Letters

    R225,00 R265,00
    An hilarious and illuminating collection of the most cutting, witty and spite filled resignation letters in history, now in paperback.

    Letters to a Young Poet

    R31,00 R35,00
    'What matters is to live everything. Live the questions for now.' This title features profound and lyrical letters the author wrote to a young friend with advise on writing, love, sex, suffering and the nature of advice itself.

    Through Ice and Fire: A Russian Arctic Convoy Diary 1942

    The danger and hardship of life in the World War Two Russian convoys is here brought vividly to life in a diary of a man that lived them

    The Letters of John F. Kennedy

    R196,00 R230,00

    My Dear Bessie: A Love Story in Letters

    R219,00 R250,00
    The wartime correspondence which first warmed people's hearts in Simon Garfield's To the Letter, now available in a single volume for readers to follow their wonderful and life-changing journey

    Letters of Note: Correspondence Deserving of a Wider Audience

    R306,00 R350,00
    The paperback edition of this delightful and internationally bestselling collection of letters, to coincide with the Autumn run of Letters Live

    The Diary of a Gulag Prison Guard

    R276,00 R325,00

    Let's Talk Frankly: Letters to Influential South Africans About the State of Our Nation

    R213,00 R250,00
    South Africa has seen a disturbing culture of acquiesce and silence develop after 1994. Such silence is largely driven by patronage and a misplaced sense of loyalty, especially to the ruling party. It is clear that speaking out has been left to a few voices that are seen as having nothing to lose.